This paper is supplementary to that of Hardy and Katz. It emphasizes the meteorological value of the various capabilities of ultrasensitive radar, highlights the points of agreement and disagreement, and focuses upon the directions of promising research. The theory of backscatter from a refractively turbulent region is said to be confirmed by the radar observations both with respect to magnitude and wavelength dependence. A reason for the apparent discrepancy between the results of some of the forwardscatter experiments and theory is suggested. Disagreement still exists with respect to the origin of clear air sea breeze echoes; the author does not agree with Hardy and Katz that they are due to insects. However, it is agreed that some unusually widespread echo displays on clear days are indeed due to insects. The meteorological value of ultrasensitive radars demonstrated by Hardy and Katz, here, and by others is so profound as to demand their use in remote atmospheric probing.